Eversheds Sutherland advises Element Markets in recent acquisition

Eversheds Sutherland is pleased to announce that it represented client Element Markets, the leading independent marketer of renewable natural gas (“RNG”) and environmental commodities in North America, in a majority interest sale to The Rise Fund, a global impact investing platform managed by alternative asset firm TPG.

The acquisition of Element Markets represents The Rise Fund’s second investment in the climate transformation and renewable energy space within the past six months.

“We would like to thank Ram and the entire Eversheds Sutherland team for helping us navigate this highly complex, transformative transaction and for consistently providing excellent service throughout the fast-paced process,” said Randall Lack, Founder & Co-President of Element Markets.

Partner Ram C. Sunkara led the Eversheds Sutherland team with assistance from Partners Vlad M. Bulkin, Peter A. Fozzard, Michael A. Hepburn, M. Hill Jeffries, Susan G. Lafferty, Lance J. Phillips, Amish M. Shah, William E. Sheumaker, Michael J. Voynich, Scott Wright, Counsel Jackson M. Allen, Ronnie Dabbasi, Graham R. Green and Associates Maximillian R. Licona, Michael M. Petrov, and Kathryn V. Wymer.

Founded in 2005, Houston-based Element Markets uses differentiated environmental and market expertise to play a leading role in markets for low carbon fuel standard (“LCFS”) credits, renewable identification numbers (“RINs”), emission credits, and carbon credits.

Element Markets is a leading provider of greenhouse gas reductions via offsets and renewable natural gas to several Fortune 100 companies. The company has transacted over 50,000,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas credits and represents over 20% of the North American RNG to transportation market and is the primary cellulosic (D3) RIN supplier to two of the largest US refiners. By working with clients to find a cost-effective approach to environmental compliance, Element Markets has also become the largest regional marketer of emission credits in the United States.

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